Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, Timehop, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Domain Factory announce a system-wide breach. Also, a new AI tool, Claudette, is holding tech companies accountable for GDPR compliance.
Read on to learn more.
Now in its thirteenth year, the ZDI manages the largest vendor-agnostic bug bounty program in the world with over 3,500 external researchers.
Timehop – one of the first U.S. companies to suffer a major breach under GDPR – rushed to issue a report under the 72-hour deadline failed to report the full extent of information that was compromised.
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Bitcanal, a Portuguese web-hosting firm accused of helping spammers hijack dormant internet address space over the years, was kicked off the internet after multiple bandwidth providers severed ties.
While enterprises work to enhance their efficiency, customer experience, logistics, and supply chains through IoT, their malicious counterparts may be expending just as much to undermine their efforts.
The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office is criminally prosecuting companies that have shared data with political parties, as well as giving them a $660,000 fine.
Smartphone app Timehop, retailers Macy’s and sister company Bloomingdale’s, and Germany-based hosting provider Domain Factory announced that their systems were breached.
Data intruders accessed the names and passwords of some Macy’s customers and may have gained access to their credit card numbers and expiration dates, though not their four-digit security codes.
The NIS is an EU-wide cybersecurity legislation that is meant to improve the cybersecurity of the critical utility and digital services industries, minimizing risk to essential processes and operations.
Through the first six months of the year, ZDI has already published 600 security advisories, which is 33 percent more advisories than in the first half of 2017.
The cutting-edge AI tool is part of a research project hosted at the Law Department of the European University Institute.
Through managed detection and response, organizations can take advantage of the threat intelligence capabilities of security experts.
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